Friday, June 01, 2012

Windows 8 Release Preview: new apps, improvements, and Flash support (hands-on) | The Verge

I hope the non-crash Flash isn't exclusively available with IE
"Flash is perhaps the most significant new feature in the Release Preview. Microsoft and Adobe worked together to build a stripped-down version of Flash for IE10, which adds some features (like video playback) while skipping over the pieces that typically cause performance and battery life problems. Microsoft is also maintaining a list of sites that are authorized to use Flash on Windows 8, so your experience will certainly vary — YouTube's allowed but Rdio currently isn't, for instance. (Full Flash is still available in Desktop mode.)"
Windows 8 Release Preview: new apps, improvements, and Flash support (hands-on) | The Verge
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